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Jan 5, 2014 9:30am EST
. >> stay warm. that's it for "forbes on fox." eric bolling and "cashin' in" the right now. >>> it's the dirty little secret controversial filmmaker michael moore saying obama care is awful and insisting america needs a single payer system instead. was this the democrats' plan all along? ringing in 2014 with 40,000 new laws? here's one. americans getting flicked off in one state it's a felony to flick your cigarette butt but flick off big government it doesn't end there. we'll all be paying the price. and then back to what jonathan -- break out the popcorn we put together some great clips. we take a look back and relive the funniest moments of the past year and oh, boy, you're going to enjoy this. "cashin' in," kicking off the new year starts right now. snoets sfloets. >> hi, everyone, i'm eric bolling. our crew wayne, jonathan, and welcome everybody. liberal like michael moore admitting the truth that obama care is awful and can't be fixed. that's not us saying it. it's him. moore saying the president knew in his heart that a single payer system was the true way to go. and now it'
FOX News
Jan 4, 2014 1:00am PST
, with kimberly guilfoyle, >>> hello everyone. eric is outside today reporting from is it snowy bitter cold streets of manhattan. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is the 5:00. weather alert. this is a fox news weather alert. and now the first winter storm of 2014 caused 11 deaths. a state of emergency has been declared in new york and new jersey. and we'll get an update on the storm from the weather center in a minute and then talk with molly line in south boston. but first we're going to eric bolling outside of the building to show you the scene in new york city right now. eric, is it a little chilly out there? >> it is 14 degrees on the thermometer over there. you guys picked the right sticks. i drew the short one. but i have some friends here from south lake, texas. >> the davidsons from south lake, texas, i will never trust a seven-day forecast again. >> were you stuck here? you are freezing, right? >> we came up to visit some colleges. >> i've wearing five layers of clothes right now and i still can't feel my coat. >> i've never seen anything like it. >> they guys watch the five. we
FOX News
Jan 3, 2014 6:00pm PST
supporter. tonight eric holder and the full weight of the justice department come down on the little sisters of the poor. >> we don't get a salary. we don't have enough income. so we go begging. >> reporter:. >> see why the determine thags is determined to win the fight against these nuns. >> justice! >> if she can't pass a fitness test, is a woman really tough enough to be a marine? the fight over that question is getting fierce. you will see how. plus -- see how the lunchroom complaints of thousands of students finally made a difference tonight on "the kelly file." developing tonight in an exclusive "the kelly file" investigation -- >> how do you feel, lynn? >> beyond joy. >> the radical, now disbarredvi one of the world's worst terrorists is freed from prison early and treated to a hero's welcome in new york city on new year's day. we'll tell you who in the obama administration is responsible for cutting her sentence in half as you were celebrating the holiday. this is "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. welcome. we have new details in the story we first brought you here yesterday about at
Jan 5, 2014 11:00pm PST
of the trail. >> reporter: but when eric spots a slight divot in the snow, he hesitates. >> as i was saying don't go there, she disappeared. >> all i remember falling. not like i caught an edge or i was out of control it was just sinking i guess. >> reporter: a camera shows the incredible situation. look closely and you can see just the bottoms of kristin's skis in that snow bank. remember she was upside down. eric is wearing the green sweatshirt and had sunk to his chest trying to dig her out. >> it was very desperate. i knew what i was doing wasn't helping her but i didn't know what else to do at that point. i could not leave her. >> reporter: this picture was taken 11 minutes after she went under: what seemed like an eternity. >> reporter: kristin did not know she had fallen into a dry creek. >> reporter: could you hear anything? >> no, nothing. >> reporter: finally equipment and training allowed them to do what eric didn't. get her air and get her out. >> >> i was on my back then i remember the faces of the ski patrollers. and the coach, it seemed like an army of people. >> reporter: amaz
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 6:00pm PST
on the on who in washington signed off on the early release of a convicted terrorist supporter. >> eric holder and the full weight of the justice department come down on the little sisters of the poor. >> we don't have salary so we go out begging. >> they are determined to win its fight against these nuns. >> she can't pass a test is a woman fouf enough to be a marine. >> the fight over that question is getting fierce and you will see how. ♪ >> see how the lunch room complaints of thousands of students finally made a difference. tonight on the kelly files. >> developing tonight in an exclusive investigation. >> how do you feel? >> beyond joy. >> radical? now disbarred attorney convicted of aiding one of the worst terrorists is free from prison early and treated to a hero's welcome on new york city on new year's day. who in the obama administration is responsible for cutting her sentence in half as you were celebrating the holiday. i am megyn kelly, welcome. we have details on the story we brought you yesterday about attorney lynn stewart. in 2010 she was sentenced to ten years in prison for
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 7:00am PST
, on this sunday morning. i'm eric shawn. welcome to america's news headquarters. >> i'm jamie colby. we have seen serious problems from the weather. jfk, where they never close runways in snow or cold conditions today, frigid air which starts moving in today and extends into early next week, which we'll hear more about, eve in places like north dakota, meteorologists are predicting ice-box like conditions with temperatures expected to drop as low as 25 degrees below zero, and that's without the windchill. coming up in "sunday housecall," we'll tell you how to protect yourself. the governor of minnesota isn't taking any chances. he's already announced he'll close all public schools tomorrow. he did that late yesterday. something officials there haven't done in more than 15 years. got to check in with meteorologists live in the extreme weather center here at fox. jfk, they had a delta jet that skidded on the runway coming from toronto, where they know how to deal with weather. and now, some closures, folks trying to get home after the holiday could see some big problems. >> so much to cover. so let
Jan 4, 2014 2:00am PST
your breath. today republicans in the form of eric cantor tipped their hands with regard of how the health care battle will be fought in 2014. it seems like a repeat of 2013 rather than a negotiation. the gop spent the bulk of last year trying to repeal the entirety of the president's health care law. when that didn't work, they tried to defund it in mid-september. when that didn't work, they tried to delay it. by september 30th on the eve of government shutdown, they tried to delay just the individual mandate which failed. by mid-october, it was clear it was a disaster for the party. so they scaled back their demands, trying for a symbolic victory to repeal the law's medical device tax which also failed. by mid-november, they had abandoned outright attempts to kill the law, instead trying to ease restrictions on so-called junk insurance plans as a way to disrupt the law. and that didn't work. so today party leadership outlined a new strategy for 2014. according to a party memo from house majority leader eric cantor, the plan is to introduce legislation to, quote, strengthen sec
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 9:00am PST
to be the next ally you throw under the bus. we keep seeing you throw away allies. i'll tell you, eric, the first thing we ought to do, is ned of having secretary kerry go to israel and say you will give away land from which you will be attacked, he doesn't realize that, he doesn't realize a lot of things. but instead of going to israel and saying, you will give away more land you will be attacked from, why don't we go to israel as i did two weeks ago with steve king and michele bachmann and say, you know what? what do you think about what should be done? that's what you do with an ally that's in the region. .i'll tell you one other thing, afghanistan is going to blow up. the taliban is poised to take over that. and as some others have told us some of privately and have said publicly, all you have to do in afghanistan is get an amendment into the constitution you forced on us that says we can elect our governors in each region, that we can elect our mayors and police chiefs. and if you will do that instead of having a stove pipe centralized government, then we can keep the taliban from taking ove
Dec 30, 2013 1:00pm EST
dollars in cash to work? 2013 comes to a close. we will sit down with eric schmidt to find out what he sees for technology and innovation. first, to the lead. in the effort to get drones to the nation, skies are about to take off. drone testing sites in six states. the sites are located in new york, alaska, nevada, texas, and virginia. also in hawaii and new jersey and oregon. the congressionally mandated test sites will conduct critical research into operational requirements necessary to safely aircraft unmanned systems into international airspace over the next several years. our reporter has been following this story out of d.c.. >> we do nottes? exactly know. the faa said they were trying to select a diverse number of sites . they went to alaska so they could get the severe weather, for example. the new york test site will allow them to put drones into the sky in congested airspace to gradually test how they can do that. they are looking for a wide range in a diverse group. quest that is just what we need. drones. someone argued they are there for a long time. i wonder, when they we
Dec 30, 2013 11:00pm EST
chairman, eric schmidt. find out what he sees as the future of technology innovation. drones have captured the world's imagination, especially after jeff bezos talked about amazon's test of delivery drones. drone flights cleared a big hurdle. alaska, nevada, virginia, texas, north dakota, as well as new york. we will see drones all over the place. it will allow the faa to test performance in different climates. >> this is technology that shows great promise, but it also brings with it significant challenges. it provides a structured framework where we are able to conduct research, test operations, and understand how we can safely integrate these aircraft into the national airspace. >> when are we going to see drones buzzing around? we have a special roundtable joining us. in washington, al levin. al, when we look at this, is the business impact going to be sudden? >> that is a good question. the applicants for the test sites felt it would have an important economic impact, bring jobs, new business. we have seen some precedents over the years with technology sites around the country, but it
Dec 30, 2013 11:00am PST
to start would be paris. that's where i am now. the second place is eric kayser. there's many, many stores around paris. we're going to go in and interview the baker here at eric kayser, and find out the secrets of making a great french croissant. and i'm here with alexander and sebastian. sebastian is the master baker here. so i was interested in the number of turns, because that's thhard part for home cooks, especially in the united states. so how many turns, how many layers, do you get in a croissant at eric kayser? >> so, in all, it's 32 layers. it's done twice. it's done first with a sheet of dough that is flattened. we put butter on top, put the dough on top of that, flatten that, put the butter again, and that process is repeated. it's done in two different levels and it's a total of 32 layers of dough. after lamination, the dough is cut. we put it in triangular pieces for the rolling. each triangle is stretched and rolled. >> so this is the object of my desire, which is the croissant, the point of all this. let's just actually take a little look inside. it's very flaky on the outsi
Jan 1, 2014 5:30pm PST
with frozen hoses. eric fischer has the forecast. don dahler on the first test for some new mayors. a supreme court justice blocks the contraception requirement in the health care law. chip reid on the challenge brought by a group of nuns. the colorado experiment. it's now legal for adults to buy marijuana for recreational use. and manuel bojorquez introduces us to a social worker who found a new way to give her clients a lift. >> i have been healed and now it's my car's turn. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> dubois: good evening and happy new year. scott is off tonight, i'm maurice dubois. this is our western edition. 2014 has begun with much of the country in the grip of an arctic blast. snow is falling in the upper midwest. tonight temperatures will once again drop well below zero in some places and all that cold air is headed east and a major snowstorm is forecast from the mid-atlantic to new england. we have a team of correspondents covering this. we begin in chicago with chris martinez of our cbs station wbbm. chris? >> reporter: maurice,
Jan 2, 2014 5:30pm PST
. >> dubois: karen anderson in boston. thank you. also in boston is eric fisher, chief meteorpr'gist at wbz. eric, how do you see this one playing out tonight? >> reporter: maurice, this is significant. the first nor'easter of 2014. we didn't wait very long. it's been snowing all day here in boston and now it's just starting to swing in new york city. a large system as you mentioned earlier, energy combining with a low off the coast. that's from new england down to d.c. this evening and we'll track it through overnight hours. this is the brunt of the storm during the overnight into early tomorrow morning. we'll be moving across long island and eastern new england during the morning hours and then out to sea as we head towards tomorrow afternoon as dumping some hefty snow totals. over a foot in boston, in fact, some parts north of town have already seen more than a foot. over a half foot in new york city and blizzard conditions possible across long island, block island, and into eastern massachusetts and new hampshire. the combination of 50 miles per hour winds and the blowing and drifting s
Jan 3, 2014 4:00pm PST
republicans in the form of eric cantor tipped their hands with regard of how the health care battle will be fought in 2014. it seems like a repeat of 2013 rather than a negotiation. the gop spent the bulk of last year trying to repeal the entirety of the president's health care law. when that didn't work, they tried to defund it in mid-september. when that didn't work, they tried to delay it. on september 30th on the eve of government shutdown, they tried to delay just the individual mandate which failed. by mid-october, it was clear it was a disaster for the party. so they tried to repeal the law's medical device tax which also failed. by november they had abandoned outright attempts to kill the law instead trying to ease restrictions on so-called junk insurance plans as a way to disrupt the law. and that didn't work. so today party leadership outlined a new strategy for 2014. according to a party memo from house majority leader eric cantor, the plan is to introduce legislation to, quote, strengthen security requirements of the website including a law to require the government to p
FOX News
Jan 6, 2014 2:00pm PST
've got a whole new year. we can do this. >>> hello, eric along with kimberly guilfoyle, bob, and dana. this is "the five." >>> bone chilling cold in the midwest. anyone who saw the packers gament last night knows it's not a good time to be outside, and a rare poller vortez is headed east in its path. 2,000 flights have been canceled. in chicago, temperatures approaching minus 50. skins will freeze in a mere minutes. to indianapolis, where the mayor declared it illegal to drive on the roads. check out this highway video from colorado springs. >> here comes a truck. oh, my god, those people were not even expecting it. >> dangerous weather events, folks. pay attention because it can be deadly. janice dean is keeping an eye on all of it from the fox news extreme weather center. the situation seems to be deteriorating for a lot of the folks on the east coast especially. >> all of this cold air is moving southward and eastward, and look at the windchills. this is all coming from the arctic, the polar vortex, a piece of energy from the arctic is now swooping southward with the polar jet stre
Dec 29, 2013 7:30pm EST
eric cantor is not going to usurp his leadership. boehner, why would you want the leadership given how difficult it is. >> there is a lot that think, wow. >> if he wants it, he's got it. >> your outlook for the economy. we've seen the fed say it will start tapering and that's giving confidence. they must be seeing something it really likes. >> they are ratifying what the markets have told you. they are up 30%, it means they see good things economically. the market is okay with a gentle well telegraphed taper. i do think we're on board with that. the risk is you get some kind of run of data that up-ends that idea. i think the market is showing a lot of optimism. they are really optimistic. it's almost begging for a scare. that scare could be you have a good run of economic data and people say, whoa, the fed has to go faster. is 3% on the treasury yield okay? are or we showing i am patience in terms of where rates are. it doesn't mean it's over but it gets a little more dicey as you worry about both the possibility of going too fast and too slow. >> can you play along with me. pretend yo
Jan 1, 2014 6:30am EST
radio team were 26-year-old eric exceptor ride and 21-year-old charles calling wood of michigan. nothing was really more memorable to many during the war years for media than edward r. morrow's nightly reports for cbs radio. with a voice that god might have envied he began each broadcast with this phrase, "this is london." he was toot ordered the long pause between this and london made the drama before the news itself was shared. he didn't close his broadcast with a then popular parting phrase shared among londoners in 1940 who endured a night of nazi bombardment in the blitz "good night and good luck." after world war ii they continued their shade and shunned the newly emerging technology of television. cbs had to turn to a 31-year-old douglas edwards to host the first television broadcast from 1948 to 1962. i really found no characteristic closing line from edwards, but his replacement, someone who became the most trusted man in america, according to one national poll, developed the most well-known slant off line of all during his 19 years at cbs news. wa
Dec 30, 2013 12:30am PST
. there's no immediate one apparent to him. eric cantor will not usurp him. if he wants it, he's got it. >> mike, your outlook for the economy next year. we've seen the fed say it's going to start tapering. people figure the fed is seeing something it likes. >> the market is up 30%. it means they see good things. it's okay with a gentle well telegraphed taper. the risk is you get some run of da thta that's up end. people in the market are really optimistic. it's almost begging for scare. that scare could be that you have a good run of economic data and people say the fed will have to go faster than we anticipated. it's 3% of the ten year treasury yield okay? can we deal with that or show some impatience of where rates are? it doesn't mean it's over. it gets a little bit more dicy as you worry about both the possibility of going too fast or too slow. >> pretend you're janet yellen. tell me what you do in 2014. >> remain flexible and listen to the markets. we know the course has been set for her by her wrork and what bernanke has set up for her. i think you have to be mindful of the marke
Jan 4, 2014 5:00pm PST
. >> the one thing i learned from father erics, it's not going to be easy, is that we have to forgive they man who did it, and i'm not there yet. right now i'm angry, really angry. >> father freed had local ties presiding over a monthly mass in san francisco. gary lee bullock faces charges for freed's murder. police say bullock broke into the rectory and killed the priest on new year's day. >> saul zantz, has died at age 92. he won best picture academy awards for one flu over the cuke cuke reside nest, am day -- he is remembered as the owner of fantasy reports and being involved in a bitter legal battle with john fogarty of credence clearwater revival. he also founded the zantz media center in berkeley. he died from the effects of alzheimer's disease. >> former first lady barbara bush is out of the hospital tonight, where she spent nearly a week being treated for pneumonia. a spokesman says the wife of former president george h.w. bush was released from a houston hospital this morning and is doing great. she and her husband will celebrate they're 69th wedding anniversary on monday. >> one of t
Jan 5, 2014 5:00pm PST
to a bank trustee. >> someone deer -- reverend eric freed was killed in his eureka church on new year's day. he would conduct mass. parishioners are still in shock. >> what happened. we saw him this sunday, we have a nice mass, and tea after the mass, and then we have -- it's unbelievable. >> gary lee bullock has been arrested on suspicion of murdering the reverend. eric freed will be buried tomorrow in eureka. >>> police say they captured four men accused of stealing mail from residents in 14 local cities. a tip from a resident in pleasanton to these four many. officers searched their cares and found mole from 13 cities. the men were arrested on several charges, including possession of stolen property and drug-related charges. >>> up next, the long detour some drivers heading to the east bay will face this week. >>> the business of deception. why you should not believe everything you read on facebook. >>> a live look as another sunny day comes to an end. clouds are coming, maybe some rain. meteorologist leigh glaser has the foreca that it's given me time toabout reflect on some of life'see
Jan 6, 2014 11:00am PST
eric thomas. >> children's hospital oakland said jahi mcmath's body was released to the coroner who released her to her mother. amy hollyfield joins us from oakland with the latest. amy? >> i spoke with the family tone. he says that jahi mcmath is in the new location at a new facility and is still being assessed but she is in bad shape. he flames this hospital. he says that the hospital did not give her the feeding tube she needed. he called it shameful. moments ago we got a response from the spokesman at children's hospital oakland. >> we have always said and we continue to say that it is improper medical procedure, it is morale and unethical to give a deceased person any kind of surgical procedure. >> children's hospital oakland confirms she was taken from the hospital last night and her uncle shot this video of the plants carrying her away. the hospital officials say they don't know where she is, and the family won't say. >> this is for her safety and for the rights and privacy of the other people. this has been an unusual experience that it has brought out the best and worst in
Dec 30, 2013 11:30pm PST
. that is eric roaden back. [ applause ] >> hi. i would like to thank mayor ed lee and supervisor jane kim. it's incredible to be standing here with them. thank you. we appreciate the commitment the city has shown forecast and for the arts community. i have lived in the tenderloin for 10 years and this is a warm spot in my neighborhood. this used to be a cool neighborhood in san francisco and it's great to be back on track. as the mayor said, this is the greatest place for economic development for the community and it's also important educational resource and help us transcend barriers across these communities. these dynamics are as the mayor and supervisor said are seriously impacting the art and we need a permanent solution to address the displacement of our organization. we collaborate with local government agencies, businesses, and civic leaders and artist to purchase and lease space for artist in the organization and to develop and expand their facilities and purchase their own facilities. we are developing this with the can an foundation and we fund arts in san francisco. and it's with
Jan 6, 2014 5:00am PST
kristen sze. >> i am eric thomas, and now we will check with mike nicco our meteorologist. >> showing high clouds that will dim the sunshine and bring us cooler weather today after setting records the first five days of the new year probably will not set any today. we will be close in oakland at 65. low-to-mid 60's with high clouds and sunshine. chances of rain are not great this week but clean air is. first, leyla gulen is back with the traffic. >> unfortunately, there is a problem we have been having along 280, a deer or some sort of large animal has been hit in the number one lane northbound 280 so if you are making the drive from the hills you could see it. hopefully, c.h.p. will get out there and move things over to the shoulder. as we look at our drive time traffic 680 southbound from walnut creek to dublin is 14 minutes and along highway 17 to los gatos is 24 minutes. in san jose, you can see things are moving look on 280 and it is quiet with not so many cars headed away from highway 17. >>> the body of a brain dead 13 yield oakland girl has left oakland children's
Jan 2, 2014 9:00pm PST
was deliberately set or an accident. october 22 deputy eric gale house shot and killed this young manilo pez as he was walking through the neighborhood carrying an air soft beebee gun. gun designed to look like an ak 7 assault rifle -- 47 i should say. >> make break in case in murdered priest in northern california this man was arrested. 43-year-old gary bullock today. they picked him newspaper garberville an hour from eureka a where reverend eric freed was found dead inside his church. tm in the catholic community are absolutely stunned and devastated. lee ann has the story. >>reporter: father eric freed seen here addressing the congregation at this church in eureka a.the pictures taken outside of the community stunned after hearing he had been murdered. >> forced entry made into the pars najaf in a violent struggle ensued. >>reporter: police arrested gary bullock of humboldt count county. investigators say bullock broke into the rectory then encountered father freed. police acknowledge that the suspect had been arrested just 24 hours before for public intoxication. he was combative and
Dec 30, 2013 6:00pm PST
to tour as a comedian with garth brooks. the other is this man you see on your screen. his name is eric wine mare, an adventurer, famous for being the world's first blind person to climb mt. everest. and is this story starting to sound familiar? blind mountain climber? blind guy climbing mount everest? anyone remember one of the most awesome news bloopers of all time? >> right after the break, we're going to interview eric wyhenmayer, who climbed the highest mountain in the world, but he's gay -- oh, he's gay, excuse me, he's blind. that's coming up. >> coming up, a look at the 6:00 -- >> he's gay. i mean, blind! an albuquerque news anchor in 2001, right? five years later, the clip was uploaded to youtube, for some reason, and a ka jillon people got to enjoy the best gay-not gay joke of all time. and yes, that is the same gay-blind mountain climber who will be motivating america's republican members of congress tonight. and the best thing about all of this is that eric wayanmare, the first blind person to climb everest and who is the most famous blind athlete in the world and who is not
FOX News
Jan 1, 2014 1:00am PST
>>> hello, happy new year's eve. i'm greg -- i'm eric bolling with bob bob, greg gutfeld, dana perino and kimberly guilfoyle. >> just a few hours left until the new year and so let's get the party started. kimberly and bob will kick off the all american party at times square at 9:00 p.m. tonight. they will tell you what they have on tap so stay tuned but 2013 was a big year for the five. our producers have picked some of their favorite moments from the past year. we're here to show you. this is clip number one. and this is k.g. with her reaction to bob's confession. >> boxer or briefs? >> what about you bob? >> nothing. >> oh. >> what is the follow-up question? >> oh, god, it is so close to me. >> that is the funniest moment in the three years we've been on. >> so bob, i never look at you the same. >> but you didn't ask what i was talking about. >> we all know. commando. >> no, it was like speedos. >> now you are changing it. >> is that better? >> bob in a speedo or nothing at all, which is worse? >> not too far off. >> please wear that for new year's eve tonight. >> i will rem
Jan 3, 2014 2:30pm PST
with eric schmidt, who co-wrote the article about this in "the new york times" times. eric, why is hezbollah moving these weapons now? >> they're moving them now to try to take advantage actually of some of chaos that's going on in syria, hoping that the mayhem on the ground will obfuscate some of the movements of these missile parts, missile systems if you will. the israelis have been watching this very close. they're very concerned about the impact these various kinds of missiles could have on their security and they conducted at least five air strikes in 2013 against these different systems that have so far been stored in warehouses in syria. many along the border with lebanon. so hezbollah has taken a different tact now. they're trying to move these missiles, missile systems piecemeal, trying to basically slip them, pieces of missile systems under the radar, if you will, of the israeli surveillance systems and bring them in piece by piece into lebanon to be assembled. >> how is israelis likely to snond >> israelis are watching this closely and as i mentioned struck these depots, warehous
Al Jazeera America
Dec 30, 2013 10:00pm EST
. eric reeves spent more than a dozen years working as a researcher and analyst on sudan, currentry will smith college and testified before congress and wrote "compromising with europe, an archival history require of greater sudan 2007-2012", dr iyorlumun uhaa is south sudan representative with unicef. he joins us in the early morning hours from the capital in juba. we note that there'll be a sat lie delay and we hope no other technical problems. erratics, civil war is a threat in south sudan. there are major concerns of ethnic violence and this could become the next somalia. in layman terms, what happened? >> what selled sudan together during a long civil war, concluded in 2005, was opposition to the tyranny within the khartoum regimes of that period. as soon as sued became independent, forces that had been kept at bay by the unity needed to fight the north, started to dissipate. and what we see now are the consequences of those centrifugal forces overcoming the need to bring together an extremely diverse region, the size of france, with many, many different ethnic groups, many pol
Al Jazeera America
Jan 2, 2014 10:00pm EST
. eric reeves, currently with smith college, he has testified several times to congress and eric joins us on skype from northhahampton, massachusetts. the unverified claim that rebel soldiers are marching on the capitol just as cease fire efforts get underway. do you think there is any credibility in those reports? >> i think there very likely is. phillip aguirre, the spokesman for south sudan's army, has indicated that the rebel forces have actually moved 13 miles south of bor which is 125 miles north of juba the capitol. if there is a confrontation between the spla and the rebel movement on that road, it will be very bloody. it will ensure that fighting does not stop. and it will almost certainly collapse the talks that are currently about to get underway, three weeks after the events that precipitated those sections. >> those talks seem to have been delayed, we're not exactly sure why. you are suggesting that if there is a major confrontation between the spla and this rebel movement that could put pain to any prospect for a peaceful settlement in the near future. >> we need to remember
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Dec 31, 2013 5:00pm PST
'm eric bolling along with kimberly guilfoyle. bob beckel, angela tantaros. the countdown is on. this is the five. >> 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.b >> just a few hours leftgu until we ring in the new year and then we have got a great show for you tonight. let's get the party started. speaking of parties, kimberly and bob will be kicking off fox's all american newier party, times square 9:00 p.m. tonight. they are goingrt to tell you what they have got on tap. so stay tuned. but 2013 was a big year for the five. lots of good times had at this table. our producers have picked some of their favorite moments for the past year.ear. here is clip number one featured k.g. which features reaction to bob's confession. with her reaction to bob's confession. >> boxer or briefs? >> what about you bob? >> nothing. >> oh. >> what is the follow-up question? >> oh, god, it is so close to me. >> that is the funniest moment in the three years we've been on. >> so bob, i never look at you the same. >> but you didn't ask what i was talking about. >> we all know. commando. >> no, it was like speedos. >> now you ar
FOX News
Jan 3, 2014 7:00pm PST
on kelly file. good night, everyone. >>> hello, everyone. i'm eric bowling in for sean. in a few short moments my exclusive with senator rand paul who will be here to make a bomb shell announcement regarding a lawsuit he plans the to file against president obama. this is something you will only hear right here on "hannity." the senator's exclusive announcement comes just 24 hours after two major newspapers called ton the administration to pardon edward snowden for his role leaking information about the spy agency's activities. it is argued that he's a whistle blower who deserves better than a life of permanent exile. an editorial in the paper of record concluded by stating, quote, president obama should tell his aides to find a way to end mr. snowden's vilify indication and give him an incentive to return home. coming up, glen greenwald, the first journalist to break the story will respond to that editorial. first, kentucky senator rand paul is here with an exclusive announcement involving a major lawsuit against president obama. senator, others have filed but your clas
Jan 2, 2014 8:00pm PST
to the murder of reverend eric freed. eureka police say a guard spotted someone matching bullock's description on the property the day the priest was found dead. >> just based on the evidence at the scene, it looked to us like there was some level of struggle in it. >> officials are investigating a potential motive in the killing. reverend freed's body was found wednesday in the rectory after he failed to show up for morning mass. >>> on the run for two years and declared dead by a judge. a georgia banker accused of embezzlement was found and arrested. today, the aubrey lee price made his first court appearance. >> reporter: a u.s. marshal testified price told investigators he'd worked manual labor jobs for cash to survive while he hid from federal agents. he was on the run nearly two years on bank fraud charges. prosecutors said $21 million in assets from montgomery bank and trust disappeared around the time he did, in 2012. his life on the lam ended tuesday, when two depos stopped this truck on interstate 95 for an expired tag and overly tinted windows. they say price gave them two different
Dec 30, 2013 9:00am EST
, the 2.5 below 3%. eric san anton eric stein, you are the fixed income guy here, correct? >> yes. >> what a lot of people want to know is how rapidly do you think interest rates are going to rise next year? >> i don't think rates will go up that rapidly, just because i don't think we have enough growth or inflation in the economy to make them go up that fast. i also think the fed, while they are okay if rates go up slowly, they don't want them to go up that fast. i expect to see them higher, but not massively higher. >> is there a point at which the yield rises at a level to which it is attractive, freshly attractive to people and they buy treasuries stabilizing the mood. >> from a u.s. inspector perspective, i believe japanese investors get nothing on jgb. their currency is weakening. when everybody talks, who is going to buy the treasury. japanese investors at some point will be the first to come back into the treasury market. >> surely, there are higher interest rates for them to take up around the world than here in the united states. >> there are but i think they like the safety of u
Jan 2, 2014 4:00am PST
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Jan 3, 2014 7:00am PST
, house majority leader eric cantor says it would require cyber security breaches involving to be disclosed to the public. and a spokesman for the centers for medicare and medicaid services points out that there haven't been any successful attacks on the health website and that privacy and security are a top priority. and a spokesman for nancy pelosi says it is clear republicans want to continue to undermine the president's signature achievement. i'm joined now here in studio my congressman jim himes. welcome, sir. i'm glad you made it safe. but your reaction to this bill that is scheduled for a vote next week. is this something democrats can support, adding more accountability to the health care website. >> i need to take a look at what the bill actually says. this is one of two things, either yet the latest installment in the republican attempt to scare people about the affordable care act. despite the fact that we have ten million americans with coverage that didn't have it before through the various mechanisms, it's either another attempt to scare them or maybe it's
Jan 3, 2014 3:00pm PST
suspicious? come on. this whole thing is ridiculous. but it spread to gop lawmakers too. in a memo today eric cantor says house republicans still want to repeal the health care law. and he says, quote, we will continue to address other areas where greater transparency is demanded. including the disclosure of reliable and complete enrollment data. reliable data? the data we're getting now is reliable. republicans just don't want to believe it. and you know what else is reliable? these same old silly games from the gop. joining me now is congresswoman janice schakowsky and karen finney. thank you both for being here. >> thanks. happy new year. >> happy new year, congresswoman and karen. congresswoman, eric cantor says we need reliable enrollment data. why are they so desperate to ignore the real numbers? >> they're making a huge miscalculation themselves if they think going after obama care is a good idea now. and let me add another 3 million people to those numbers. this is reliable. those are the young people who are on their parents' policies due to obamacare. so that adds up to 9 million mo
Jan 5, 2014 2:30am PST
. the speakers are michael karld and a senior scientist and eric and frank from the yosemite grove land chamber of commerce. i wanted to give each of you an announcement. if you are a member of the club. i hope everyone is. you will find it in the most recent magazine. i can't tell you what i think of the cover. it's an exciting for the holiday and inside the magazine. we hope you will join us and we look forward to the program celebrating what we will be able to do to bring that whole area back to the wonderland that we know and love. i will give each of you one and some for the public if that's okay. >> good to see you again. can i please call francisco decosta. good afternoon. >> good afternoon commissioners. i want to discuss with my comments and bring to your attention is we need to revisit the memorandum of understanding the commission facility. first to gather a blueprint and have a better idea of what's going to happen with that facility and more importantly link it to the green houses or the nursery because we seem not to understand who builds those nursery. we can't assume that sf puc
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